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Blissful Benefits No Bulge Wirefree (RM3911WRM3911KRM3911E)


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    I bought this on for a good price. I've been stocking up on long band, wireless bras with built in padding to help with recent sensory issues. I followed the size chart, and ordered a L/G based on what cup size I need (usually 30F-FF). The band is very long and stretchy so it was hard to know when to stop stretching it for the measurements. Take all measurements with a grain of salt since it's wireless with large built in cups.

    The straps are about half adjustable and long enough for me; 3 clasps on band.

    Front material not attached to the built in cups. Material is like ... a mix of cotton and stretchy thin nylon sports bra type material.

    The cups come up quite high under my arm pits, so if your torso is short this probably won't work for you. It has a very tall wing. I personally love it because I'm so low set and I feel enclosed with this bra. It's not irritating for me either.

    Pretty much no uplift, but it is what it is....a lightly padded boob hat to provide me comfort and security when my skin and body are feeling sensitive. I wear it all day at work and forget it's there.

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    Updated on Oct 26, 2021 Flag this

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      I’m glad it does what you want it to :) honestly I love mine for bumming around at home. It is a boob hat but sometimes we just need a comfortable boob hat!

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      Yep, it does the job. All my current new bras are just boob hats, but they're working for me for now.

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      I've purchased a few of the same exact RM3911 bulge free bras and every time the hooks bend and loosen in the wash. Anyone else experiencing this and does the mfr replace?

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      Machine are you washing on gentle/delicate and hang drying? Alternately, you can soak them for 20 minutes with gentle detergent and then rinse and hang dry (I gently squeeze water out first with my hands then with a towel). I have been living in an apartment the last few months and use communal washing machines on regular cold wash and I haven't had any issues.I never put them in the dryer though. I bought this one though Amazon, so I'm not sure if the manufacturer would replace, but worth a try?

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